Well the hardreading staff was leafing through the Boston Globe this morning and here’s what we found on Metro Page One:
Sure enough, the former stand-alone section occupied all of four Metro pages that featured – Motheragawd! 93 more words
The Globe’s narrative story about one man’s struggles with his mental health care is running this week. And the company that runs one of the hospitals where he was treated was not allowed to read it first. 198 more words
Now that hospitals are being held responsible for what happens to a discharged patient, health care providers are beginning to use higher level clinicians—even physicians—to make home visits for high-risk patients. 346 more words
In my last blog, I talked about a branch of analytics called predictive analytics, which help identify patients who are at highest risk for being hospitalized. 394 more words
QUINCY (CBS) – Instead of tending to patients Thursday, nurses at the Quincy Medical Center are walking a picket line.
They claim their one day strike is needed to highlight poor care for patients and that Steward Health Care is under-staffing their medical centers to save money. 220 more words